Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1931
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f *.? JftTO '«' , Sl^AikiLiMii \ s&r* i., last we«k Wed- . visit i"• JtlllS ' ,B French, who spent the [ t Hollywood, b expected it( Sunday' » C. R. Bhilto .pent KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALflONA. IOWA Second Best High School Group in Iowa c H. Cretameyer's. atHaroldFat- cl with kt Io\va wty* Ic Huvelock, left Tiiei- je'ndtng the week-end ' n D. Shumway. T>M«r got Homo Friday fiom If** ctty ' whei>0 he uilciit at tho university c T U will meet next t ji, s Jno. Schimmcl's , n ellck will be speiker son of Giocer and Mrs. e is expected himo this IrromMt Vernon, where he Lent at Cornell college. I u-nln Chicago, came Sun [„ , v eek with local relatives. |b other o£ Thos ani ? u B j f ,. s A D. Bruner, D«s Ispe'nt Fi'ltoy, Saturday, arid Iivlth the latter's , brother, " tUdCnt bDCly ° f the A ' BOna h ' Bh sch001 ns U n PP ea «l Iast **" when the cornerstne of the new high school was ,Vw n ,,1 i n ™, a . I " 1 ' t '" wlnnlng the second P' ftce tr °Ph.v '» the academic tests, the results of which were announced Tuesday nlirht at Iowa City. This picture is taken from the Senior Magazine, Issued a week ago •paver. _ 1 p steele got home TUBS„„ Iowa City, where he is It In the college of Commerce liate university. Mrs. Fred Parkin, Des fsnent the week-end with IB Kresenskys. They are Mrs. Kresensky. } Sullivan's condition con- Lnsatlsfactory, but,, though :f in pain he walks down Ike'nhalner went'; to the Qko-- eday morning to'/ look after iterations lii -his cottage. [ a local carpenter with him. Orbmvall is carrying one la sling. ^Recently .he suf- fforearm scratch from which blood-poisoning. , "V. Victor Kollman, Royal, I'uest Sunday evening of the j. Brhner, local Evangelical „, pastor. Maurice Cullen, .Oehveln, and Terry are spending the [the A. Streits here and the (liens at AVhittemore. and Roland AVhite, Iowa |pcnt the week-end with nmlparents, Mr, and Mrs llVhorter. Ice Deming, Arlington, and thter Penrl are spending the Ith Mr. Deming's sister, Mrs foster. jnd Mrs. J. D. Lehman, Jew J her sons Harold and Mer int Memorial day with Mrs I's sister, Mrs. AV. H. Lacy liil Mrs. F. A. Corey drove to prove Sunday afternoon to (cir daughter Helen, wh ist year at Meeker, CV.o. f Sanford, clerk at the Jame: [ore, left yesterday for .hi: ! Kanawha, and will' be gon jefcs, George L. Free mean istituting for him here. |ml Mrs. Raymond L. Reii rtain at a wedding dance to iMrs. Reid was Margare 1 before her marriage a wee! fed Mrs. M. J. Pool returne ['front' Rockwell, 111., wherv spent the week'-end 'wit' Mr. pool Is -imanager ; o |l Botsford lumber yard. W. Heidke,; Kansas City ion left for home yesterda: fceral days with the former 1 I Mr.''and Mrs. A.^ L. AVeb JBlossom, his daughter Mar nil Margaret Rait, Ceda ient Sunday at „ Clieroke Blossom. Miss~ Rait isom's sister. /.. ." .:'.' . L. McCorkle, Jier youn I her brother, Andrew. Jas pf California, drove to Rock f .yesterday, to visit the -Vic iigs.." ;-.':• v •'-••. IB. Moore Smiths, of De Iwent home Tuesday, afte •days at J. j. Holtzbauer' lith and Mrs. Holtzbauer "are In study at the state teachers' ollege, Geo. AV. Clodrey and Al Fu'ken- ainer, who attended the recent llth IstHct Rotary conference at Bur- ngton,' gave reports of the con'ven- on at Monday noon's Rotary club -neetlng. ' . Senator Dickinson is building a mnll extension at. the rear of his o'mo on south Hall str.eet. It will nlargo the kitchen below and pro- ide an upstairs bedroom. The work 3 being done by Cowan & Sqn. Gordon Dewel got home tost METHODIST, c, v. (or—Children's day next Sunday, find under the direction of- Mrs. L. J. Malueg it will be appropriately observed. The Sunday school will have its usual session at !):45 and at l,0:4o the Children's day" program will be given. The attendance on Easter Sunday was 4!I5. How much more can we have for children's 'hursday from Iowa City, where he i a senior in liberal arts at the university of Iowa. He will .'go/ >ack today to enroll in the univer- ity's summer school. Mrs. D. E. Dewel and her daugh- er Marjorie Jean, with Mrs. AV. C. Dewe! and her sons Gordon and !ob, drove to Le Sueur, Minn., Monlay to spend a few days with Mrs. r. E. Raymond, Mrs. Dewel's sister. Ann. Pechnsr returned Sunday rom Omaha, where she spent last week with a sister. She went to Omaha with another sister, Mrs. Tohn Falk, Titonka. and the latter's msband and daughter. Mrs. Eclytho Daiiey and her son 'Bill" went to Minneapolis Friday light to' visit the "former's mother, •eiurnlng Monday. "Bill" will leave :o enter the Shaddock school at Faribault, Minn., late this month. Helen Corey got home Sunday from Meeker, Colo., where she teach, es. She will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. 'orey, and will return to Meeker next fall. Dave Stewart, Algona, and Mrs. L. H. Larson entered the Kossuth hospital Friday for medical treatment. Mrs. Fred Gebken underwent a! minor operation at the Kossuth hospital Monday. According to the Corwith Hustler, Dr. P. E. AValley, former Algnpa osteopath now practicing at ' Corwith, is "batching it" temporarily, his wife having gone to Missouri to visit her people. ,' Mrs. Caudrey Reynolds, Los Angeles, 'stopped here briefly Friday to call on friends. She was Mae Palmer Forbes. From here she went to the Okobojis, where she.owns a summer cottage. She is traveling by car. • James Murtagh, who has; .".completed his third year at the state uilverslty, spent the week-end at home, leaving Monday morning _fpr AVaHingfOrd, where he will be' In the, employ "Of the state highway commission as gravel inspector. • Mrs. Frank Brown, Moline, ill., went home last "week AVednesday, after two weeks with her sister-in- law, Mrs. C. E, Genrich. Mrs, Genrich spent the week-end with"rela- day? Tonight! district Brotherhood meeting at this church. The Epworth League will serve and then we are to hear Dr. E. R. Fulkerson on the Rise and Menace of Communism. \Ve shall also hear good music furnished by Britt and Clear Lake and an address by Doctor O'Brlan, new president of Morn, ingslde college. . . The union service will be held at this church next Sunday evening, the Rev. P. H. Webster speaker. mother. Mrs. John Caughlin. Drusilla Caughlin, who had attended.lhe I. S. T. C., at Cedar Falls, a year, Sot home Monday for the summer. She is taking a two-year primary course. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg, J. T. Ryan, and the hitter's granddaughter, Phyllis Mathes, went . to Davenport Friday to visit Mrs.Hau- berg's parents, and Phyllis went from there to Ft. Byron, 111., to visit an aunt. Mr .and Mrs. Hauberg and Mr. Ryan returned Monday. AA r . C. Dewel, his sister, Mrs. M. C. Keith, .Casper, AVyo., and the latter's 'son Marshall Jr. attended a GdlclfieUl high school alumni .banquet last Thursday evening. Mr. Dowel, who spoke at the banquet, and his sister's husband, Doctor M. C. Keith, constituted the fh;st graduating class of the Goiclfield high school in 1892. The Theo. Aulmans, Des Moines, went home Sunday, after a visit xince last week AVednesday at Mrs. Ella Laird's. Mr. Aulman and the ;3on Ralph spent Thursday and Friday at the Okobojis, fishing. Dr. and Mrs. AV. R. Laird, Sioux Falls, and a son were here for Memorial day with Mrs. ' Laird and the Jos. Cos- gropes. • ' • The Rev. and Mrs. F. H. AVebster returned Tuesday from Iowa City where they had been since Sunday They attended commencement exer cises at the state university at which their daughter Elizabeth was graduated. She will teach English in the Humeston schools next year. gomery, of Grinnell, director of Elizabeth came home with her par.- young people's work for Congrega- ems Tuesday night. Lillian Leffert, her mother, Mrs. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN, P. .J. Uraner, Faster—Our annual mission festival will lie held Sunday. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Divine services in German at 10, the Rev. Henry AVrede, Garner, preaching. English festival services at 2:30 Pm. the Rev. I. G. Kitzman, AVest Bend, speaker. A special collection for missions will be taken. . . The Aid will meet next week Thursday at the parsonage. C'OXGKEGATIOXAL, F. J. Clark, Pastor—The Rev. Royal J. Mont- tives and old friends at nd Livermore. Lu Verne M. Merritt and her chil- Satimlay for St, Joseph, fere they are spending this |th relatives. They are ex- ne this week-end. Ohm spent the week-end City. She is employed, rtagh Bros, offices ipor'n- B at the Nelson hardware •ernoons. ' , ate.. Vaughn and hep son [arove to Monona' Saturday ten days • with brother, Lewis .Humphrey.' Ils Mrs. Vaughn's old home. « Mrs. Carl Krug spent the I at Bopne Mr, Krug's pl,d fit. Krug Is manager of. a will company and has hla *rs here, / - Iwlll be a coujnty ? Legion ".meeting at the lime Rock '"> next Tuesday a,t 8'; 80. A > Mto° n W " 1 atten4 * rom the •Mrs. Henry Becker 1< morning for a 10-da'y auto visit relatives p, ana points at in Galva, South h 'eh school students " "^in scholastics in the » to an announcement le f ay night at the close of "•sts at Iowa City. Mrs. AV. A. Poster drove Friday tp attend |h oter lard8 ' a nephW T eot horoe yesterday junior year. at Io wa City af jer classes *"*"'* i Attorn re at, the beOslde 01 '. L. A, Hutcl 'red a stroke, last week Wed G. P. ghunjway . f ~ ~~" **• *• ,fe *.?»»««"* ^^ tional Iowa, will preach at 11 a. m. next Sunday. This man's personality and message will charm all who are fortunate enough to hear him. Go and take the young people. PJlvSBYTERIAX, J. t. Coleman, Pastor—Morning, hours of study and worship, 10-12; sermon theme, God Speaks to Man . . . Evening services: Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30, after which we shall worship at the Methodist church, the Rev. F. H. AA'ebster speaking. FIB.ST LUTHERAN, C. E-. Ols- soil, Pastor—The Home Circle will meet tomorrow evening at 8 at Luther hall, Mrs. Alma Nelson Mrs. Rosewall hostesses and For next Sunday: Sunday school at 10; evening service at S. ST. THOMAS, Father Thorald, Rector. — Next Sunday: morning prayer and sermon, 11. Dorothy AVhitney got home Fri- ay morning from Lakefield, Minn., vhere she teaches Latin and Eng- ah. She will spend the summer, vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AV. AVhitney, and plans to retjwn,.to Lakefield in the fall. ( '.'".. ; A son, the first boy, was born ecently to Mr, and Mrs. I. v I.. Iyer- on, Clinton. There are two daugh- ers >n the family. Mrs.' •Iver's'oh- is he, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Au- ust Huenhold, and her husband is a Northwestern brakeman,, ..•;.*' ''. tiuoille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malue'g, was graduateaxiast. week from a two-year course in pub- lo school music at Mornlngside col- eg'e and came home Tuesday night, B will teach music in ; the Ayrshire public schools next year.' lioraine Ti«rn e y got -hom'e Bunday, and began work the following m,ornine for the Iowa State bank. She had-been at Des Moines, taking commercial course. Mr. and M rSi Georee Holtzba.uer drove, to Des Moines after her, William Chubb, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with his'parehts, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb, accom panied by Marian AVilson, a!so;Min neapolls. "Bill" is employed in the credit department of R- G- Dun & Co., Minneapolis. ... .,:. Paul Frazier, who had been employed at the Call theater a year or two has resigned and gone .to"his home at Fond du Lac, AVis. .-He. is the son of the Rev, and Mrs. W- ..A. Frazier. who moved to Fond du Lac a few months a&o. L^ughlln Quinn and Elizabeth Nemmers. LeMars spent Mernorial defeated J. AV. Fay, of Emmetsburg. . Something new in the advertising line in Algona is the Methodist Sunday school's 10-Inch display on another page Inviting the public lo altend Children's day exercises next Sunday. The Hidden Treasure will be presented. The AV. - H. Baileys, Marshall, Minn., spent the week-end with local- relatives. 'They brought Mrs. Ida Minkler, mother of Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, home after a lengthy slay al Marshall, and she will spend the summer here. Mesdames H. L. McCorkle, Raymond McCorkle, Eugene Kenefick, and George J- Elbert enlerlained 40 women at dinner and bridge last Thursday night at the H. L. McCorkle home. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. P. F. Barker, Marie Wehler, and Mrs. F. H. Seller, Mr;'and Mrs. Joseph 'Aman'drove to Cherokee Sunday to bring home their .daughter Mildred who was graduated last week from Mt., St. Mary's academy. The Amans attended the commencement'exercises and the annual junior-senior ban- Jennie Cooney, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Holtzbauer, and the Holtzbauer daughters, Elizabeth and Tracie, got home Sunday night from Minneapolis, where they had .spent Memorial day with Mrs. Hojtzbauer's sister, Mrs. Andrew Hatch. The trip was 'made in Mise Cooney's car, John Conley, and another daughter, Harriett, all of Des Moines, were i week-end guests of the D. L. Lefferts and the A. E. Michels. Lillian ' Mrs. Conley • af 6 Mr. Leffert's sisters, and Mrs. Conley is Mr. Michel's a,unt. Lillian is, employed in the Great AA r estern Insurance offices at Des .Moines. Mrs. Lottie Kain and her son Bill" spent Saturday and Sunday at Belmond with the former's sister, Ms. A; AV. Matin. Jack, 7-year-old son of Mrs. Kain who had been at A'alparaiso, Ind., with Mrs. Rain's sister, Mrs. T. O. .Dillon, came home with his mother and ' brother Sunday -night.i The Dillons brought him'as far as Belmond. Two couples from Oelwein, one Saturday, the other Sunday, called to visit Fred Shilts, formerly employed in a store there, but were disappointed to learn that he has been at Hampton three weeks, clerking in a Montgomery-AVard store. The visitors were Lillian Schlumbahm, Jack Liodahl, a Miss Johnson, and Roscoe Ohmsted. Four pupils of the local Evangelical Lutheran school recently jassed county eighth grade exam nations: Emmett Beard, • Arthur Boettcher, Martin Zimmermann, and Vlice Geilerifeld. Pastor P. J. Braner is the teacher, and the school, which is conducted in a rear ad dition to-the church, consists of 18 pupils. AV. C. Dewel, his sister, Mrs, M. C.. Keith, Casper, Wyo., Mr. i and Mrs. W. H, Godden, and AVade Sul- Ivan attended a Rotary banquet and program at Emmetsburg Mon- took and City over the week-end. June Ade: .'isfted friends there and attendee the university commencement exer cises. She is a graduate of the uni versity. W. F. Jenkinson, his daughter Mrs: Cruikshank, and a daughter m :he latter spent the week-end a; Iowa City, attending 'the annua commencement exercises of the 5tate university, -at which Eleanoi -'ruikshnn* was graduated from the school of nursing. Eleanor will not come till fall, when the nursing school's year is ended. Dr. • Harry Jenkinson, son of AV. P., Is practicing at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe, their daughters Irma Dee and Mrs. Hattie Phillips, and the - latter's two daughters- spent Saturday and Sunday at Alexander with the Arnold Roupes, and Jessie Roupe, Mason City, and Mabol Roupe, Minneapolis, were also there for the week-end. Jessie and Mabel are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. Arnold has. been operating a grocery store at Alexander, near Hampton, since the Roupe store here quit business some months ago. Alida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges, went to Iowa City to compete in the state academic tests Monday and Tuesday, repre. sentlng Mt. St. Mary's academy, Cherokee, in American history. Mt. St. Mary's had won first in its dis trict in this subject. Three other Cherokee students represented the school in English Correctness, world history, American literature, and geometry. Mt. St. Mary's is in Class B high schools, 120 to 400 pupils. Guy M. Butts of the Exchange State bank, AA'esley, recently . pur- chased the remaining assets of the lefunct First National bank of AVes- ey for $635. It was given out last week that the First National would >ay out 90 per cent on deposits. This makes it practically certain that it there ha<l been no expense of receivership the bank would have proved itself 100 per cent sound. Criticism of the national banking authorities for forcing liquidation seems justified. . . • ' Esther, Ruth, and Harry Bishop got home Friday from Iowa . City, where they are students at the state university. They will, however, return .Sunday to enroll in the sum- iK-r .school. Esther, who will be graduated next February, goes to Detroit June lfl-22 to attend a national convention of Omlcron Nu, national honorary home economics fraternity. She is the only delegate [rom the Iowa, chapter, but the lieart of the home economics department and ' an instructor will also attend. IXst. Siipt. I,ense attended a conference of Iowa Methodist district superintendents at Des Moines last week Monday, Bishop Leete, Omaha, presiding, and rrext day attended a Wesley Foundation .meeting at the •same place. The AVesloy Foundation looks after the religious Inter ests of Methodist young people In state educational institutions. This week Monday Doctor Lease attended a meeting of the trustees of Mornlngside college at Sioux City, and Tuesday he attended a meeting of the trustees of the Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington, Bernlce Harrington, and Mrs. Thos. Akre spent the week-end at Iowa City, where they attended the state university commencement exercises. Robert Harrington and Charles Akre were among tho liberal arts-<graduates. They have also completed the freshman year in the college of law and will receive tho law degree in two years more. Stella Fiene, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.' R. Flene, Lotts Creek, was graduated from the school of nursing, and AVllfrcd Nelson from the college of Commerce. The instruments for tho hard of hearing which were recently Install- ed at the Call theater are gradually coming Into use. With their/ Aid people who are too deaf to h«tt£, public addresses are able to heAr almost perfectly. They are furnished without charge and it is necessary only to call for one at the box office on entering the theater. Manager Rice expects that In due time patrons who .do not hear well will be driving i>0 miles to take- advantage of these instruments. " No other theater hereabouts is similarly f'Mulppcd. #~ WANT ADS | — —— • .^ THE M. J. YOUNG HOUSE FOR rent. Call 310-J. 8u3S I AVILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for debts contracted by my wife. —Clarence Myers. 13p3S-39 Annual June Sale June 5 to 13, Inclusive Making room for midsummer will be arriving .in August. market. Fall stock Big mark-down on lamps, pictures, brica - brae, hangings, original Chinese table runners. An opportunity to brighten up your home for summer at greatly reduce! prices. ^ Open Evenings. BOOK & GIFT SHOP the MISBACHS •* ' ' The neAV Clothing Store. day and Sunday with Mr, Joel Herbst. "Bud" Is Mrs. Herbst a brother. Mrs. Boy Christensen, Webster City, was also a week-end guest of the Herbsts. * Beuten Hartshorn and Hilda Campbell spent Memorial day and Sunday at pine Island, Minn-, with thewter's parents. Both are employed at Mrs. Bdythe Bailey's beauty shops. Pinfc Island » a "town near Roehseter. O. H. Taylor, Mrs. ^ S. W. grace, Mrs,, Bert Cronan, and Mrs. Agnes w«4 leave Sunday for to jtaty a oonven- *" F or be a e«*wt< ^ 9 Mrs. J. H. Thurau came last week Wednesday to visit her parr ents. Mr. and Mrs. AV. S. AVindell. She leaves this week-end for Iowa City, where Mr. Thurau, who Is superintendent of schools at Stanley, Is attending the summer session of the state university. The Lewis Blsts arrived Tuesday from e point In South Dajtota where I<ewis 19 superintendent of schools, and with the A. L- S'sts will go to the Rlst cottage at Algona Beach, Clear Lake, for the season. Poctpr and Mrs. Rlst are both in comparatively good health again. AV. R. Fleming, Forest City, his son Donald, and daughters Gertrude and Rprothy spent Memorial day with Mrs. John Kennedy, and Doro thy jemaJned till Sunday night, the others going home Saturday night Mrs. Kennedy is the mother of the late Mrs, Fleming. Mrfand Mrs. H. S. Struble, Oklahoma City, stopped here Monday to visit Mrs. Struble's sister. Mrs. C R La Bajrre, They went on to Min- flying trip. Mr. Struble *' DW*** Mutual insurance cowpany at ,OW»- ,\. AT day evening. The meeting place at the Kermoore hotel, :he chief after-dinner attraction was a talk by a young woman who made a 2-year tour of the world. Lewis Bleakly, Bismarck, H. D. spent the week-end with his family who are with Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Mrs. Bleakly has been ill several months with heart trouble. Mr. Bleakly's parents, who live at Schaller, came Sunday and took two of the Bleakly boys home with them, one boy remaining here. Or the way here Mr. Bleakly drove 608 miles in 14'hours. Marshall C. Keith, who met his mother, Mrs. M. C. Keith Sr., Cas per, AVyo., here two weeks ago for a visit with his grandmother, Mrs I. G. Dewel, and other local relatives, left Friday for Chicago, where he spent the week-end packing for a, European tour with a Chicago friend. He'sailed from New York Tuesday night, and plans to be abroad three months. R. O. Bjustrom. of the live Hobarton store, is Skelgas stoves representative in this territory, and 'ie announcing a free cooking school at the local Skelgas headquarters next west of the Bloom store. Leona Deal, home economics specialist, will conduct the school nejct week Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and will conduct similar schools at Wesley. Titonka, 'Bwrt, and perhaps other Koesuth points. Dr. Robt. B. O'Brian, First Methodist pastor at Grand Forks, N. D., and instructor in a Methodist college there, nas been elected president of Mornlngside college, Sioux City. He succeeds Dr. F. B. Mossman, who after a dozen or more years at Sioux City, returns to the presidency of Southwestern college, In Kansas, where he was president 13 yeaif before he went to Morn- ALL THE NEW ONES IN •THE OLD PRE-WAR QUALITY — at the — PRE-WAR PRICE — }n the — NEW, TO-DAY STYLES How? Sold the old stock and took first loss. f New stock at the new low market. Everybody knows, many to their sorrow, that the market is lower on ev- June A4el Overayer got home Friday from QsKaloosa. where ' baa spe^ a. year teaching ™ wijth faej? felhejv 9 u Pfc J< &* - 4 frpup oi ftu^eajs erything. us prove Jt. The only new men's cloth' ing store to open in Northern Jowa tbt§ year. Clothing Co, TTF^^S^Si^Ji^* wee IFo o <df — of the best foods obtainable at the lowest possible prices. Take advantage of these.out- standing values and stock up now. Your nearby A&P Food Store offers a srerit many food bargains such as™- mm ECONOMY RULES FINEST CREAMERY ALGONA CREAMERY LB. 26c Borden's Milk UNSWEETENED EVAPORATED (BORDEN'S EAGLE BRAND . 2 "»? 35c) VAN CAMP'S Beans. 2 CANS GOLD MEDAL / . Wheaties 2 "<* 21 € SULTANA Peanut Butter ' MR' 25' SULTANA Red Beans . UNDERWOOD'S MUSTARD Sardines . 16-OZ. CAN COLLEGE INN Chicken KI LA KING CAN Fresh Fruit and Vegetable* FRESH . s Pineapple . CASE OF 3D - $3,30 BANANAS 5LB, - - 25C ^ LARD _ 3 Ibs. 25c Canning Needs BALL Mason Jars ^69* JAR Rubbers . Jar Caps, Certo , . PARAfFINi Wax . . PKQ. C&HCANE Sugar *fc ^f •^^*5r '" i*f jKiKJjjigi 100

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